Visegrád group's EU budget operating balance in 2017, by country

This chart illustrates the operating balance of the Visegrád group for the European Union's budget in 2017, broken down by country. All four countries had positive budget balances, which meant that they contributed less than they received. Among the Visegrád countries, Czechia contributed the most with 3.05 billion euros. Hungary received 3.89 billion euros from the EU budget.

Visegrád countries' operating balance* for the European Union (EU) budget in 2017, by country

PolandCzech RepublicHungarySlovakia
National contribution to the EU budget3.051.280.820.6
Revenue from the EU budget11.923.894.051.65
Operating budgetary balance8.572.483.140.98
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Release date

September 2018


Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, EU

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Supplementary notes

*Operating balance is the difference between what a country receives from and pays into the EU budget.

Figures have been rounded.

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